Browsing Month September, 2012

How Human Nature Affects Your Setup

By at September 29, 2012 | 1:28 am | 4 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain how human nature affects the golf setup.  Human nature wants you to do one thing when really you should be doing another.  Make sure you watch this tip and develop an athletic setup instead of what feels comfortable.  If you do, you will be putting yourself in a powerful setup […]

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Power: Turn the Lead Foot Out for More Power

By at September 27, 2012 | 11:08 pm | 8 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I talk about a simple but effective way to get more power in your golf swing.  By setting up this way it will allow you to turn through your shots better and alleviate any pain or stress on your legs and hips.  Make sure you check this position so you can make […]

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Power: How I Got Power In My Swing

By at September 26, 2012 | 10:58 pm | 20 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I give you the secret to how I was able to gain incredible distance.  Until I learned how to do this I was hitting the ball about 220 yards.  Once I tried this for the first time, I immediately gained about 50 yards.  This is not to say you are going to […]

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Momentus Swing Trainer Golf Training Aid Review

By at September 26, 2012 | 9:09 pm | 18 Comments

Paul Wilson

Momentus Swing Trainer Iron Review HIGHLY RECOMMENDED The Momentus Swing Trainer Iron is the training aid I recommend most. I recommend the Traveler Model because it is only 30″ long as opposed to the full sized iron. Why? Because it’s shorter than a normal club so you can do nightly practice swings at home indoors […]

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Power: How Your Hip Speed Affects Power

By at September 26, 2012 | 12:44 am | 33 Comments

Paul Wilson

———————————————————————————– Buy Swing Speed Radar Here ———————————————————————————– This is a huge tip if you want more power in your golf swing.  This one explains the rotational speed of the hips and how it affects your power.  A lot of people wonder how I generate tons of power without using the arms.  This is one of […]

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How The Weight Shift Affects Power

By at September 23, 2012 | 11:55 pm | 8 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I continue talking about more power.  This time I talk about the weight shift. To me this is a very important factor in creating power.  Without shifting the weight you really don’t have the ability to use the lower body in the swing.  Without the lower body you will end up using […]

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How Long To Make Swing Changes?

By at September 21, 2012 | 10:38 pm | 15 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I explain how long it takes to make swing changes.  I know that making swing changes can be difficult because throughout my career I have changed my swing many times.  After you watch this tip you should have a better idea what it is going to take.  Don’t let this discourage you.  […]

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How Lag Affects Power

By at September 21, 2012 | 1:05 am | 28 Comments

Paul Wilson

In this tip I talk about lag and how it affects power.  This lag angle is critical in your golf swing.  Unfortunately, it is not easy to achieve.  In order to increase your lag angle you need to be constantly working on this angle so make sure you watch this tip and start doing the […]

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Effortless Power: Increase Swing Speed

By at September 18, 2012 | 11:17 pm | 20 Comments

Paul Wilson

———————————————————————————– Buy Swing Speed Radar Here ———————————————————————————– This is a follow up on a previous tip I did called Effortless Golf Swing where I did some easy swings and generated some pretty good power.  In this tip I show my easy swing again but this time I compare it to the swing one of my […]

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Mental Thoughts As You Go To the First Tee

By at September 17, 2012 | 12:40 am | 4 Comments

David Breslow

Here is another tip where I was able to fire questions at our mental coach David Breslow.  This tip discusses what you should be thinking when you go to the first tee.  This is a real problem area for a lot of people.  Make sure you watch this tip and pay particular attention to the […]

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